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Paratyphoid Fever

 
 
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  • When compared to the tube agglutination method according to Widal employing sera from patients with verified or suspected typhoid--or paratyphoid fever and from healthy controls it was found that ELISA (i) correlated significantly with the Widal reaction, (ii) was up to 100-fold more sensitive, and (iii) showed a greater reproducibility [10].

References

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